Journal Articles

The Moral Agency of Group Agents´ Erkenntnis, 83(3): 517-538 (2018). Also available here.

Rose’s Prevention ParadoxJournal of Applied Philosophy, 35 (2): 242-256 (2018). Also available here.

Trust without relianceEthical Theory and Moral Practice, 20(3): 643-655 (2017). Also available here.

‘Epistemic landscapes, optimal search and the division of cognitive labor‘, (with Jason McKenzie Alexander and Johannes  Himmelreich) Philosophy of Science, 82(3): 424-453 (2015). Also available here.

‘A general model of a group search procedure, applied to epistemic democracy’Synthese,190(7): 1233-1252 (2013).  Also available here.

‘A (mainly epistemic) case for multiple-vote majority rule’, (with Richard Bradley) Episteme, 9(1): 63-79 (2012).  Also available here.


Book Chapters, Book Reviews, etc.

Review of Hausman, D., McPherson, M., and Satz, D. (2016) ´Economic Analysis, Moral Philosophy, and Public Policy´, Economics and Philosophy, 34(1): 121-127 (2018).

´Trust in artifacts; trust at a distance´, published as ´Faire confiance aux artéfacts ; faire confiance à distance´in J. Domenicucci and M. Douehi (eds.) La confiance à l’ère numérique, Editions Berger-Levrault and Editions Rue d’Ulm (2018).

Review of Schwartzberg, M. (2014) ‘Counting the Many: The Origins and Limits of Supermajority Rule’Contemporary Political Theory, 14: e35-e38 (2015).

‘How to tell when efficacy will NOT translate into effectiveness’Contingency and Dissent in Science, Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS) Technical Report No. 03/09 (2009).


PhD Thesis

‘Beyond epistemic democracy: the identification and pooling of information by groups of political agents’ (2012).